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Bed and Breakfast Mallow, Co Cork

Mallow, nicknamed the Crossroads of Munster, is a town in County Cork renowned for being as equally calm and tranquil as it is lively and entertaining.

Outdoor Activities

Kayaking in Mallow Bed and Breakfast IrelandBook a country house B&B in Mallow and make it the perfect base from which to go exploring in the nearby Ballyhass Lakes. Ballyhass Lakes is a 36 acre site in which you can enjoy archery, kayaking, wakeboarding or aeroballing as part of a sports team, family, school group, summer scheme or community group. It also has limestone rock faces onsite, catering for those visitors who wish to enjoy some rock climbing and partake in a
true activity break or activity holiday.

If you're in-tune with spirituality or ecology, why not plan a trip to the Nano Nagle Centre, just 8.5 outside of Mallow. Based on an organic farm, it offers an activity that's a little different from the norm and allows you to explore spirituality, ecology and heritage.

Accommodation

Mallow B&B accommodationBooking a townhouse B&B is also an option in Mallow. Your Bed and Breakfast accommodation in Mallow is never too far away from some lively entertainment. In one of  Mallow's many pubs, you can experience a night full of entertainment and then stroll back the short distance to your townhouse B&B. Or, you can travel the short distance to Cork Racecourse, where we bet you'll have a great time waging some
euros on the locally reared fillies.

Booking a B and B in Mallow doesn't just allow you a great night's sleep with wholesome food and exceptional hospitality, it also allows you the chance to discover your Ancestry too! The Mallow Heritage Centre is close to all our bed and breakfast accommodation in the area and can help you trace your roots during your stay.

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